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and easter egg roll and what does jim carrey think of fox news and where i am getting loaded after the show. >> my dressing room. >> hit the margarita or tequilla bottle. >> we'll see you in a bit. we'll welcome our gests. she's so hot. criminal defense attorney reny spencer and i will meet you, too. and polarity was an air horn, it would be comedian joe derosa and recording his new album in the laughing skull in atlanta april 4th through 7th. i hope it is it a great title but it won't. paris is considered a flower pot . so tough he rents himself out as construction equipment. oh, yeah, sitting next to me u.s. army special forces. i am getting scared. terry chapert. that's the first. am telling hr, you will not let him out of here, greg. >> get used to it and he pulled the trigger to make himself look bigger. north korea continue to bluster . concern that north korea kim jong-un is backing himself back in a corner. trash talk and saving face. he prepared rockets to fire on south korea and u.s.. there he is . another shows him studying battle plans with u.s. main land strike plan. see it in
here next friday at 5:30 p.m. eastern time. meantime, "mad money" with jim claimer is up right after this. >>> i'm jim cramer, and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game. stearns is going to go out of business, he's nuts, they're nuts, they know nothing. i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money, " welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i want to make you money. my job, to entertain, educate and teach. call me 1-800-743-cnbc. by now, unless are you in an underground bunker, you know the economy stumbled badly on the job creation front last month. 88,000 job increase in this country is down right embarrassing, the pathetic number caused the market initially to tank. down one point 171 points, but the whole cycle. everything so compressed in the market but by 11:00 a.m., we were rebounding, thanks to a wave of overseas buyers. plummeting interest rates in our countries, making high yield like the real estate trust and drug and smokestackss more attractive. the dough
. along with the panel and it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." >> eric: jim carrey just caved after embarrassing himself making fun on middle america and charlton mess hes ton and gutfeld is will be on it. the bible, the mini series that people can't get enough of, more than 10 million viewers. that is special heartening for me there is a high percentage of young people tuning in. we have a sneak peek of the final chapter which is the story of the crucifixion, burial and rising of jesus christ. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> eric: so bob, why do you think it is resonating with americans and especially with young ones? >> bob: first of all, we still are subjected quite a religious country. it is easter week. i think if you look back at the history of movies and tv shows that have dealt with the issue of the bible and with jesus, they have done very well. so this is not a surprise. the surprise to me the, two and others don't do more of it. that is what surprises me. >> eric: ten million viewers, everyone would love to have that. why don't we see more people producing these kinds of shows.
blob is this piece of commie blob. jim? [laughter] [cheers and applause] >> a new threat from north korea. has tensions escalating. >> the tensions are soaring yet again on the korean peninsula, getting hotter by the day. >> north korea steps up its nuclear threat. >> north korean officials scrapped the armistice that has created nearly 60 years of peace with south korea. >> now north korea is declaring it null and void. >> stephen: the armistice is null and void. ladies and gentlemen, that means we are at war. what? no, no. [ laughter ] no, jimmy not afghanistan. the new war. ♪ ♪ we are at war [cheers and applause] you see, the korean war was only "suspended," and now the cease-fire's been torn up by kim, so korean war veterans off the jazzy, grandpa! duty calls. [laughter] and folks, this isn't some war on terror. this is a real war against a nation with an army, wearing uniforms we recognize, and hats so big they do you believe as -- they double as soup tureens. that is if they had any soup. and led by a real live tyrannical madman, who is propping up his regime by ordering h
gutfeld and it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." >> jim carrey just caved after making fun of middle mark and the late charl -- charelton these stone. the bible, is mark burnett mini series something people can't get enough of? 10 million viewers every week. especially heartening is there is a high percentage of young people tuning in. we have a stheek peek of sunday's final chapter, the story of the crucifixion, burial and rising of jesus christ. >> my father. >> so why do you think this show is res son nateing with americans and especially with young ones? >> i think dsh -- well first of all w, and talking about the nextr subject we are a religious country. it is easter week. and if you look back at the history of movies and tv shows that have dealt with the issue of the bible and with jesus, they have done very, very well. so this is not a surprise. the surprise to me is that the networks and others don't do more of it. that's what surprises me. >> greg, 10 million viewers every week and everyone would love to have that audience. why don't we see more people producing th
" with jim cramer starts right now. >> i'm jim cramer, and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game! going out of business and they're nuts! they know nothing! >> always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. "mad money." you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to kra mare ka. other people want to make friends. i just want days like today because my job is not just to entertain but to educate and to coach you. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. in this corner, we have the former heavyweight champion weighing in at two tons, caterpillar! and in the opposite corner, we've got the reigning king, conagra, coming in at, well, let's see, how much exactly does a slim jim weigh? depends on the jim! okay. this is a battle royale for the soul of the market. got the king right here. now, this market got punched in the face today. with the dow taking a 112-point hit. s&p plunging 1.05%, nasdaq tumbling 1.11%. and you can thank these boys, caterpillar and it cohort, for this hideous decline. let's give an assist to north korea, which seems hellbent on mayh may
will hear why gym carrie says -- jim carrey says his bodyguard thing is a idea idea. and look what the media about to spuds mackenzie. the scandal to rock the 80s. >> i don't remember that scandal at all. what happened? >> i believe they named names and schulz was one of them. >> bill schulz was involved with a lot of dogs. go away you strange little man. she is so cute the cadbury bunny sends death threats and she stabbed him in the face. dana perino, former white house secretary. >> press secretary, not secretary. >> and now she is one of my many co-hosts on "the five." move on. and he just finished his shift at dave and busters where he worked as an arcade machinery pair man and he is a writer and comedian. it is jesse joyce. glad you got dressed up. and in wichita he is a catheter. it is bill schulz. and if acting prowess was a cable car i would enter him from the rear. and from my favorite tv show and yours, the fx series justified which you can watch on tuesdays at 10:00 p.m. eastern time. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. you can't keep me locked in here forever, greg. >>
>> i'm jim cramer and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game. firms are going to go out of business and he's nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing! i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere -- "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money," welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, i just want more quarters like this one. my job is not just to entertain but also to teach and educate. so call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. finally! finally on this last day of trading of the week! of the month! of the quarter! we took out the all-time high for the s&p 500. and we did it in the face of all the usual suspects, the twisted italian politics, a faltering chinese stock market, down more than 3% last night. and, of course, the evisceration of the cypriot banking system. >> sell, sell, sell! >> we finished strong. the dow gaining 52 points, s&p rising .3%. by now you've heard the statistics, know the dow finished up 11%, that is a staggering amount, people! that's a terrific harbinger for the year. since 1950, there have been onl
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commissioners adams for attending 10 or 11 days on the road and jim maloney did a fantastic job of organizeing the trip and making our appointments and time well spent. 85 percent of the cargo or in the world is generated in asia and that comes to the oh port of san francisco. it's a huge growing market as everybody well knows and this conference was filled with 5,000 attendees from different ports in the world. >> trip highlights i want to go through them briefly. there were many highlights and the trade show just being one of them, commissioner adams and jim, you have to get up early in the morning with commissioner adams, he works up to two hours before i have my coffee. i had to keep up with him. we talked to a number of different shippers and shipping lines. most of our leading shipping companies had boots there and agent operations and market staff we had a chance to visit with. there is a lot of interest in san francisco. a lot of the infrastructure projects are going to be sourced in china. we got confirmation of the trip of the tunnel boring machines that are used for the central subw
it a real and clear angel. jim is live for us in seoul, south korea, what is the latest? >> reporter: the lathest is the message that is clearly meant for the united states. they spoke of deploying nuclear devices to strike at america. the latest threat was conditional on stopping what north korea calls aggressive war games. it sees it as a rehearsal for an invasion. it comes after kim jong un, a young leader activated a reactor. he's barred south korean workers from crossing into the north to punch in at the industrial park, the only joint venture. meanwhile, intelligence suggests, south korean intelligence suggesting they moved a missile toward a launch site. this kind of missile has yet to be tested. it could hit as far away as guam. the u.s. is beefing up antimissile defenses there. in seoul, people are concerned, but used to the rhetoric. students say they are more worried about final exams than a war. back to you. >> thank you, jim. jim is live in south korea. >>> in afghanistan, the taliban claiming responsibility for an attack on a government compound that left 53 people dead
here tomorrow at 5:00. more "fast money." meantime, don't go anywhere. "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm just trying to save you some money. my job, not just to entertain, although that's not clear. but to educate and teach. in this market. what is powering these averages. tonight, i'm playing bartender! tonight, i am going to mix you a couple of cocktails that will knock your socks off! the cocktails that are fueling this heady market and making it so people just refuse to leave this party. first, we're going to use the taste of pretty much everything these days. everything you put in it. much of the conversation this afternoon reinvolved around when is the fed going to take away the punch bowl, right? that's a reference to the longest serving reserve chairman. who famously said the fed's job is to take away the punch bowl, just as the party gets started! now we know the single-biggest reason why so many professional money managerses missed this rally, they believe the party is getting
at red cliffs. i've hooked up with jim. you're a docent here, a volunteer, right? >> that's correct, yes. >> and where are we now? because this is spectacular right here. >> this is hagen canyon, the opening to hagen canyon, and rudolph hagen was a german immigrant who came in here around 1900 and he bought up all the old mining claims and he turned this into his own personal park. >> wait a minute. his own personal park. >> he bought the mine claims and then he was here for about 20, 25 years, and his son also lived here with h and he died while he was here and that's why you see so many things named ricardo because his son's name was ricardo. he also had a post office here. and during world war i, since he was a german immigrant, they took his post office rights away from him. so he just continued on with this as his park, he ran tours, he named everything. one of the most famous ones is that turk's turban right there. >> turk's turban. >> because it looks like a head with a turban around it. and it fell off from up above and came down and just set itself right there in the ground. >>
. the second one is the sandy hook promise investment effort. jim pitco who is going to speak next is going to talk about the tech committee to reduce gun violence and review the sandy hook promise investment effort. but in short, we have gathered 30 of the top angels and vcs in america and their names are in the press kit. who are prioritizing innovation to reduce gun violence. we have a subcommittee that will quickly review those opportunities and then, syndicate investment in those opportunities. we can build some huge companies around this issue. and then, the third effort is the sandy hook innovation challenge which is a prize effort that jim pitco will tell you more about right now. thank you. >> thank you. and i want to thank the individuals and families from sandy hook promise and from our local communities came all the way here today to join us. and i had a chance to meet with some of the families last evening and was deeply moved by their courage and commitment to inspiration to me, and i hope that it is an inspiration to all of us. i am the chairman of the sandy hook promise tech
i can't talk to jacki schechner. all right. guess what though. good news is jim i won $17.50 at the racetrack yesterday. >> yea! >> stephanie: yes, i did! [ applause ] i was playing the ponies. you that will almost cover -- >> you don't strike me as a pony player. >> stephanie: never in my life. i was invited santa anita. i got to go with steven stills and got a picture taken with me and steven stills on a horse. i sent it to my friend and labeled it crosby, stills, nag and not so young. we can put it on the web site. [ ♪ circus ♪ ] later. all right the rude pundit, eric boehlert -- and julia sweeney on the big show today. hopefully we'll be able to actually talk to jacki at some point. in the meantime, here she is in the news center. >> good morning, everybody. today is the 135th annual white house easter egg roll. more than 30,000 people from all 50 states and d.c. got tickets to the event. the day's activities got underway bright and early this morning. you're watching a live feed from the white house. you can follow this online at the president and
hundreds gathered at today's memorial for jim barrett -- john. >> reporter: frank, this is wine country where all the great minds are coming out of their winter dormant stage. it is clear that the wine industry wouldn't be where it is today without jim barrett. >> he created an organization with soul and with heart. >> reporter: 500 people came together at napa's meritage resort to say goodbye. >> let's hope our lives do so as well. >> reporter: jim barrett died last month of an undisclosed cause but not before he had an enormous impact on the california winery. he helped put the napa valley on the world wine map. >> jim had a great symbol for that. the paris tasting was quite powerful. >> reporter: barrett served in the navy. had a successful law career and then the winery. >> why we like the wine business and he thought us. wine is all about people. the field hands working the vineyard all the way to the customers drinking the wine. the whole job is about people, about humanity. >> reporter: barrett's employees could not say enough nice things about him. >> he was a very giving man. h
selfishness. we'll have a live update from cnn's jim bitterman in rome in just a moment. >>> but, first, a developing story happening in texas. authorities there are hunting for leads in the murder of a county prosecutor and his wife. mike and cynthia mcclelland were shot inside their home. it happened in kaufman, texas, the same place that mark hasse was gunned down in december. i spoke just a few moments ago with the mayor of kaufman and he thinks the murders are linked. >> it has to be targeted. that's the logical conclusion. i don't have any information to lead me to believe that is the case. they targeted two people from our prosecutors. >> and our ed lavandera is in kaufman this morning. what are people telling you about these latest murders and the killing of the d.a. in january? >> authorities aren't saying much but clear from the response that we saw last night to this murder scene at the home of mike mcclelland where he and his wife were gunned down in their own home. so, clearly, that response that you saw descend in that neighborhood where the mcclellands live gives y
having a very good time on "jeopardy!" so far. jim and alex, welcome aboard. nice to have all three of you with us todad luck. let's go into the "jeopardy!" round right now. and you will be dealing with these categories... not "birth." notice the "q" in quotation marks. you know what that means. alex: rebecca, start. thank "q" very much, $200 please. jim. what is a quack? yes. thank "q" very much, $400. alex. what is quarry? you are right. u.s. constitution for $200, please. jim. what is commander in chief? that's it. u.s. constitution, $400. jim. who is...jefferson? no. rebecca. who is washington? george washington, correct. constitution, $600. jim. what is noon? noon, yes. u.s. constitution, $800. alex. what is 2/3? good. u.s. constitution, $1,000. rebecca. what is reconstruction? you got it. thank "q" very much, $600. jim. what is quarantine? yep. thank "q" very much, $800. alex. what is quantum? that is it. thank "q," $1,000. this army corps deals with fuels, laundry, and logistics to name a few. alex. what is quartermaster? yes. girth of a nation, $200.
of religion in our civic debates. with our roundtable of jim wallis, reza aslan, reverend calvin butts and dr. richard land. welcome to all of you. happy easter to those of you celebrating. jim, i read your book this week and you are a political activist, a preacher, and a writer, but you took some time off during the last election and saw politics as a spectator and you write that a lot of the motivation for this book came out of your depression from watching our politics. >> i wrote the book on sabbatical. so, every day, i wrote and parade. at night, i watched the news cycle and it was depressing. i realized that we lost something very important, an ancient idea called the common good. it says that we can't take care of ourselves, our party and our side, we have to take care of each other and our neighbor. that's the foundation for everyone. that's the common good. this common good idea, i think, will bring us back together. and i see it happening. >> it comes at a time where we have more polarization than ever, it seems, in our politics. on most issues, yet you have come together on -- >>
survived an abortion. wait until you hear these outrageous sad comments coming up next and actor jim carrey is at it again and this time calling out little ole fox news channel and explain the latest rant. and log on, special companion site. hannity live, and follow-- or maybe leo. and hannity live . to take action. to take the next step. today, y will know you did something for your pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a pain reliever fda-approved to manage chronic musculoskeletal pain. one non-narcotic pill a day, every day, can helpeduce this pain. tell your doctor right away if your mood worsens, you have unusual changes in mood or behavior or thoughts of suicide. anti-depressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. cymbalta inot for children under 18. people taking maois, linezolid or thioridazine or with uncontrolled glaucoma should not take cymbalta. taking it with nsaid pain relievers, aspirin, or blood thinners may increase bleeding risk. severe liver problems, some fatal, were reported. signs include abdominal pain and yellowing skin or eyes. te
. see you tomorrow at meantime, don't go anywhere, "mad money" with jim starts right now. >>> i'm jim cramer and welcome to my world. you need to get in the game. going out of business and he's nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing! i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere -- "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money." welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends. i'm trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain you but to educate and coach, call me 1-800-743-cnbc. first thing we do, let's kill the economists. okay. when shakespeare wrote that line, he was referring to the lawyers not the economists. but in terms of the usefulness, i'm going with the bard. no matter what happens to the averages today, dow gained 56 points, nasdaq advanced .2%. don't provide the value added we need to invest in the stock market. they've got other purposes but keep trying to be in our territory. by this time, you know most of the commentary comes from those with economics, they sift data and reach conclusions about the o
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and some of the meritime staff and that is as you report, jim maloney attended the conference in china, it's the largest gathering in asia, it brings porters and anyone involved until ship cargo. i understand it was a phenomenally fantastic trip. i would like you to come forward and say a few words. >> peter daily, deputy director of merit time port of san francisco. and i want to give you a brief overview of this trip we returned about a week ago. i'm just now starting to sleep at regular hours. it was a long trip but very fruitful and successful trip but we have a lot to do and going forward. as monique mentioned the main purpose of the trip was to attend a trade so but to increase awareness of the merit time industrial activities especially cargo ship and increase volume of pier 80 in the last few years has been tough for all west coast ports and all of that is being sourced in cargo in china. and talked two possible partners in developing an export bulk facility to try to connect the dots in terms of cargo interest and people with capital investing in the project. i want to that can
have a lot of work to company and it was a fantastic trip. i want to thank commissioner adams and jim for their patience and great work. i have learned that hanging out with commissioner adams. today we've the youngest senator in the united states, senator brian shots from hawaii was in the lobby and we had a chance to give him a tour of our port. i have met ambassadors and senators. i don't know what's next. that's it for my report. thank you for your time. >> i think commissioner adams were you going to say an n a few words? >> first of all i want to thank peter and jim. it's really a world class trip that we took. we were treated like heads of states and really with the port of san francisco we owned the world stage and i really think we lived up to the billing. the port of shanghai is the largest port in the world. shanghai is a city with it's own twist and twang. just buildings everywhere. we met with the union there, they are the largest union. we went to a great bulk facility. i can see it happening here in the port of san francisco as wii we bring in steel, lumber. it was rea
of cartoonlike figures of u.s. soldiers. nbc's jim maceda is in seoul, south korea. jim, what's the latest on this? >> reporter: hello, richard. well, it seemed yesterday that the crisis had crested somewhat, but now with news of the reopening of the yongbyon nuclear plant, that has got to increase already high levels of tension here. when this relatively small plant, keep in mind, it was generating enough plutonium for one nuclear bomb per year, when it was shut down some six years ago, it was seen, i recall, as a major victory for u.s. diplomacy. is now looks like, however, that leader kim jong-un who says he's angry about new sanctions slapped on the country and ongoing u.s./south korean war games not far from here, it looks like he is undoing any progress that has been made in the past. that said, experts are calling this opening of the plant more symbolic than anything else. much of the plant was destroyed and will need to be completely rebuilt. that could take years. still, they're taking no chances at the pentagon. they confirmed today that the u.s.-guided missile destroyer, the "us
. it's responded by deploying a missile system to guatemalan. jim is in south korea. jim, it appears the situation is escalated day-to-day. >> you are right. in that message, clearly meant for u.s. consumption, they spoke of deploying what they are calling mobile nuclear devices to strike the united states. the latest threat was conditional. this time stopping what north korea called war games. it sees it as a rehearsal for an invasion. this comes after kim jong un, the young leader reactivated a moth ball plutonium reactor. for the second day, barred south korean workers from the north to punch in at the industrial park, the only joint venture. intelligence suggests the north moved a medium range missile toward a long sight, to the east of us. this kind of missile has yet to be tested. it could hit u.s. targets as far away as guam. in reaction, the u.s. is beefing up antimissile defenses on guam saying they are taking the threats very seriously. here in seoul, south korean students we have been talking to said they are more concerned about final exams than a war hearing these threat
at the pentagon. that's where jim miklaszewski is on duty for us tonight. jim, good evening. >> good evening, brian. u.s. officials stressed tonight there is no sign that north korea is preparing for all out war. nevertheless, the u.s. and south korean militaries are prepared for the worst. two u.s. guided missile destroyers are already in position to shoot down any ballistic missiles launched by north korea. defense secretary chuck hagel warned this week that north korea's threats of a nuclear attack cannot be ignored. >> we take those threats seriously. we have to take those threats seriously. >> reporter: in the unlikelihood of all out war, u.s. cruise missiles, american bombers, and south korean war planes would launch air strikes. north korea's nuclear and ballistic missile facilities would be prime targets. any ground war would be devastating. 700,000 north korean soldiers are dug in along the demilitarized zone manning thousands of rockets and long-range artillery aimed at the south. 20 million south koreans in and around seoul are in the crosshairs, well within range. a former u.s. c
counselor jim mcgreevey talks redemption and second chances. >>> surrounded by mothers who lost children to gun violence, this afternoon, president obama remembered the tragedy in newtown, connecticut. >> shame on us if we've forgotten. i haven't forgotten those kids. shame on us if we've forgotten. >> that line highlighted the fundamental problem for the white house. it's been 104 days since newtown and shame that may be president obama's most powerful tool. so far two key pieces of legislate the president wanted, bans on assault weapons and high capacity magazines have been dropped from the bill majority leader harry reid says he'll bring to the floor next month, and it's still unclear how far the proposal will go on background checks. even this scaled down agenda is too much for some. today, republican senator chuck grassley signaled his intention to kneecap harry reid's bill with a proposal of his own one that quote doesn't violate the constitutional rights of law abiding citizens. right. if you think a background check that prevents criminals from buying guns would eviscerate the se
at the vatican. jim bitterman is in rome. jim, this day is so important to christians and catholics. people have high expectations for pope francis today, yes? >> well, i would say it's important in a lot of different ways, the most important date on a christian calendar but because of the new pope and because of the expectations that have been raised by the change of the vatican that, in fact, i think a lot of people are thinking this could be a very important day, indeed. we're waiting to see what the pope will say in his remarks to the crowd. here he comes out on the papal balcony, as it is called. he is expected to deliver the blessing to the city and the world and hope for the number of people who are still gathered here in the square after this papal mass this morning, alison. >> he prayed for peace in the middle east and christians in africa, how will pope francis' message be different? >> i'm not sure it is going to be different. i think it probably will be a message of peace and the same kind of thing we heard last year and some additions to take into account. the fact that, the fact th
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